Microlise works closely with some of the world's leading truck and plant manufacturers, powering white-labelled telematics solutions and supporting business operations. These relationships have allowed our OEM partners to go to market with telematics products tailored to the specific needs of each business and customer base.
JCB LiveLink is an advanced vehicle management and tracking telematics solution, powered by Microlise. The system allows JCB to monitor the location of their assets worldwide in real-time, delivering security and utilisation benefits. LiveLink also delivers maintenance information back to JCB, which can contact operators and deploy engineering staff to correct any identified faults. Further features include operating hours monitoring and reporting, geofence and curfew alerts, and email and text message security alerts.
MAN UK Truck & Bus work with Microlise to provide telematics solution Trucknology. This solution, accessible by customers through a web-based portal, provides detailed driving style information to transport operators, delivering significant reductions in operating costs and increases in safety, as driving style improvements are realised. Accurate vehicle location information is also available, increasing fleet utilisation and reducing the total cost of ownership of MAN vehicles.
Microlise began working with vehicle manufacturer DAF in 2014, powering the DAF Telematics solution. DAF customers on DAF MultiSupport repair and maintenance contracts receive free weekly fuel reports, with customers able to upgrade to full DAF Telematics. Microlise hardware is an available option on any trucks purchased in the UK, with DAF customers also able to benefit from full integration with additional Microlise modules, such as Remote Digital Tachograph Download and the Microlise Safety Module, as well as Microlise Journey Management and Proof of Delivery products.
Tata Motors, the world’s fifth largest commercial vehicle manufacturer, began a worldwide search for a telematics partner in 2013. Following a detailed process, Microlise was selected, and the two companies now work closely together to deliver the second generation Tata FleetMan to the Indian market.